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Clifford

breed by Crockett Family Farms

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Clifford is a mostly sativa variety from Crockett and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Crocketts Clifford is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Crocketts Clifford Description

Flower Cycle: 55-65 days

Yield: Above average

The Clifford is a high-resin strain perfect for concentrate makers. This variety is another terpy winner. Expect to smell citrus funk with good yields in 9 weeks. Good for indoor or out, this high calyx to leaf ratio will be good for any grower.

Clifford Lineage / Genealogy

  • Clifford »»» Guava Dawg x Tangie
  • Guava Dawg
    • »»» Stardawg Guava cut x Tres Dawg
    • Stardawg Guava cut
      • »»» Chem Dawg #4 x Tres Dawg
      • Chem Dawg #4
        • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
      • Tres Dawg (specified above)
    • Tres Dawg
      • »»» Chem Dawg d x Double Dawg
      • Chem Dawg d (specified above)
      • Double Dawg
        • »»» Chem Dawg d x
        • Chem Dawg d x Afghani #1
          • Chem Dawg d (specified above)
          • Afghani #1
            • »»» Afghanistan x Afghanistan
            • Afghanistan »»» Indica
            • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Chem Dawg d (specified above)
  • Tangie
    • »»» California Orange x
    • Skunk x Unknown Strain
      • Skunk
        • Skunk #1
          • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica
          • Mexico »»» Sativa
          • Colombia »»» Sativa
      • Unknown Strain
    • California Orange
      • USA, Kalifornien/Humboldt »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid

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Description

Genetics: Guava x Chemscout Indoor Organic

Seed Company: Crockett Family Farms

Clifford is a sativa dominant hybrid strain created through a potent cross of the lip puckering Guava Chem X Tangie strains. Clifford has an amazingly delicious flavor that’s much like a sweet citrus smoothie – hints of zesty lemon lime accented by sweet earth will tickle your tongue with each smooth inhale and exhale. The aroma is very strong and can permeate any container with potent smells of sour citrus and zesty earth. The Clifford high is just as eye opening as its flavor, with clear-headed energetic effects that are perfect for waking yourself up in the morning or getting a quick boost of energy during the day. The high starts with an energetic head rush that launches your mind into a state of hyper awareness and focus while anchoring you with a relaxing body high that’s very mellow. Your mind will soar through bright…

Northern California’s Premier Delivery Service Menu Details Description Genetics: Guava x Chemscout Indoor Organic Seed Company: Crockett Family Farms Clifford is a sativa dominant

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blueberry mango strain

Auto Blue Mango

breed by BSB Genetics

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Auto Blue Mango is an automatic flowering ruderalis/indica/sativa variety from BSB and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors where the female, autoflowering plants need ±63 days from the seedling to the harvest. BSBs Auto Blue Mango is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

BSBs Auto Blue Mango Description

Auto Blue Mango….a mouth watering fusion of intense sweet tasting fruit, the tastiest strain in the B-S-B Genetics entire collection. A real treat for those with a sweet tooth, but she doesn’t stop there, she’s top shelf quality in all departments…
Auto Blue Mango is ready to harvest from just 8 weeks, very fast for a sativa dominant variety making her suitable also for the commercial market as well as just the connoisseur who demands taste and flavour above all else. We recommend you push her for 9-10 weeks for optimum yield and potency, but she’s more than ready to go in just 8 weeks.
Yields of up to 550gm2 are easily accomplishable under ideal conditions from 600 watts of light, so she not only looks and tastes great but she weighs in nicely on the scales as well.
The immediate effect is mentally uplifting and euphoric as her sativa edge sets in, you’ll feel a creative urge and increased energy, but later she will have you aiming for the sofa engulfed by a muscle relaxing and mind easing stone as her potent Blueberry indica effects set in.
Her aroma is of fresh mangoes and sweet blueberries as her name suggests, well known traits of both her parent strains.
Simply put Auto Blue Mango delivers in all departments, hight THC, fast finishing, large yields and the most intense sweet fruity flavour and aroma you could wish for.

Genetics: Blueberry x Somango
Ready in 8-10 Weeks
Yield: 450-550 gm2
THC: High
Sativa Dominant
Intense Fruity Flavour

Auto Blue Mango Lineage / Genealogy

  • Auto Blue Mango »»» Auto Blueberry x Somango probably
  • Auto Blueberry
    • »»» Blueberry x Lowryder
    • Blueberry F2
      • Blueberry Line F1
        • »»» Temple Flo x HTAF F1
        • Temple Flo F3
          • Floral Line
            • »»» Purple Thai x Afghani
            • Purple Thai
              • »»» H.O.G. x Chocolate Thai
              • H.O.G.
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Chocolate Thai
                • Thailand »»» Sativa
            • Afghani
              • Afghanistan Probably Indica »»» Indica
        • HTAF F1
          • »»» Thailand x Afghani F1
          • Thailand »»» Sativa
          • Afghani (specified above)
    • Lowryder
      • »»» Williams Wonder x Northern Lights #2 x Mexico
      • Williams Wonder
        • Unknown Indica x Unknown Indica
      • Northern Lights #2
        • Northern Lights
          • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
      • Mexico »»» Ruderalis
  • Somango
    • »»» Big Skunk Korean x Jack Herer
    • Big Skunk Korean
      • Unknown Hybrid »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
    • Jack Herer
      • »»» Haze x
      • Northern Lights #5 x Shiva Skunk
        • Northern Lights #5
          • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
        • Shiva Skunk
          • Northern Lights 5 x Skunk #1 F-1 Hybrid F1
            • »»» Northern Lights #5 x Skunk #1 F1
            • Northern Lights #5 (specified above)
            • Skunk #1
              • Skunk #1
                • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
                • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
                • Colombia »»» Sativa
      • Haze
        • O Haze
          • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
          • Mexico »»» Sativa
          • Colombia »»» Sativa
          • Thailand »»» Sativa
          • India »»» Sativa

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Blue Mango

breed by Wnek’s Genetics

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Blue Mango is an indica/sativa variety from Wnek’s Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . Wnek’s Genetics’ Blue Mango is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Wnek’s Genetics’ Blue Mango Description

Blue Mangos F1 is a 50/50 hybrid made from a Clone Only Mother of Blue Dream imported to Colorado from California and a super stout Mango Puff F2 Male from Gage Green Genetics. This variety throws frosty spears with medium yields. That Blue Dream stink we all know combined with the ungodly smell of the Mango Puff has created a unique terpene profile not found in many strains. I’ve been told Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream as well as straight Mangos and Pungent Fruit.

-(Blue Dream Clone X Mango Puff Male)
-Flower Time 9-10 Weeks
-Stretch 40-50%
-50/50 Hybrid

Blue Mango Lineage / Genealogy

  • Blue Mango »»» Blue Dream x Mango Puff F1
  • Blue Dream
    • »»» Blueberry x Super Silver Haze Probably
    • Blueberry F2
      • Blueberry Line F1
        • »»» Temple Flo x HTAF F1
        • Temple Flo F3
          • Floral Line
            • »»» Purple Thai x Afghani
            • Purple Thai
              • »»» H.O.G. x Chocolate Thai
              • H.O.G.
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Chocolate Thai
                • Thailand »»» Sativa
            • Afghani
              • Afghanistan Probably Indica »»» Indica
        • HTAF F1
          • »»» Thailand x Afghani F1
          • Thailand »»» Sativa
          • Afghani (specified above)
    • Super Silver Haze Probably
      • Super Silver Haze
        • »»» <(Haze x Haze) x Skunk #1> x <(Haze x Haze) x NL #5>
        • (Haze x Haze) x Skunk #1
          • Haze x Haze
            • Haze
              • O Haze
                • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
                • Colombia »»» Sativa
                • Thailand »»» Sativa
                • India »»» Sativa
            • Haze (specified above)
          • Skunk #1
            • Skunk #1
              • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Colombia »»» Sativa
        • (Haze x Haze) x NL #5
          • Haze x Haze (specified above)
          • NL #5
            • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
  • Mango Puff
    • »»» Unknown Strain Mango x Joseph
    • Unknown Strain Mango »»» Unknown Strain
    • Joseph
      • Underdog OG Bagseed Probably
        • »»» OG Kush x Sour Diesel Probably
        • OG Kush Probably
          • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
          • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
            • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
            • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
          • Chemdawg
            • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
        • Sour Diesel
          • »»» Original Diesel x DNL
          • Original Diesel
            • »»» Chemdawg x
            • MassSuperSkunk x SensiNL
              • MassSuperSkunk
                • Super Skunk Probably
                  • »»» Skunk #1 x Afghanistan
                  • Skunk #1
                    • Skunk #1 (specified above)
                  • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • SensiNL
                • »»» NL #1 x NL #2 x NL #5
                • NL #1 IBL
                  • Afghanistan »»» Indica
                • NL #2
                  • Northern Lights
                    • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
                • NL #5 (specified above)
            • Chemdawg (specified above)
          • DNL
            • »»» x Northern Lights
            • RFK Skunk x Hawaiian
              • RFK Skunk
                • Unknown Skunk
                  • Skunk #1 (specified above)
              • Hawaiian »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
            • Northern Lights (specified above)

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strawberry soda strain

Strawberry Milkshake

breed by Greenlife Seeds US

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Strawberry Milkshake is an indica/sativa variety from Greenlife and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Greenlifes Strawberry Milkshake is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Greenlifes Strawberry Milkshake Description

Title: Strawberry milkshake
Type: Hybrid
Parents: Strawberry Soda X wifi alien og
Flavors: Fruity, strawberry, rotten gas
Effects: , Energy, Laughter, Heavy in the eyes
Relives: Body pain, muscle spasms, overthinking
Indica/Sativa %: 50/50
Flower Time: 8-10 weeks

Strawberry Milkshake Lineage / Genealogy

  • Strawberry Milkshake »»» Unknown Hybrid Strawberry Soda x Wifi Alien OG
  • Unknown Hybrid Strawberry Soda »»» Unknown Strain
  • Wifi Alien OG
    • »»» The White x Fire Alien Kush
    • The White
      • Unknown Hybrid »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
    • Fire Alien Kush
      • »»» Fire Kush x Alien Kush
      • Fire Kush
        • OG Kush Fire cut Probably
          • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
          • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
            • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
            • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
          • Chemdawg
            • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
      • Alien Kush
        • »»» Las Vegas Purple Kush x Alien Technology
        • Las Vegas Purple Kush
          • »»» Northern Lights x Hindu Kush Purple
          • Northern Lights
            • Afghanistan Indica Probably »»» Indica
          • Hindu Kush Purple »»» Indica
        • Alien Technology
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica

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Strawberry Milkshake – Strawberry Soda x Wifi Alien OG

Strain Name: Strawberry Milkshake- Strawberry Soda x Wifi Alien OG

Strain Type: Hybrid

Weeks of Flower: 8-9

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Second Generation Genetics – Loompa Goo

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Lineage: Mendo Afgoo x Dj Short F4 Blueberry
Indica dominant f1 Hybrid
Flowering Time: 55-62 Days
Sweet Candied Berry Flavors

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Second Generation Genetics – Loompa Goo 13 Regular Seeds Per Pack Lineage: Mendo Afgoo x Dj Short F4 Blueberry Indica dominant f1 Hybrid Flowering Time: 55-62 Days Sweet Candied

Second Generation Genetics – Loompa Goo

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Lineage: Mendo Afgoo x Dj Short F4 Blueberry
Indica dominant f1 Hybrid
Flowering Time: 55-62 Days
Sweet Candied Berry Flavors

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og kb strain

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OG Kush Breath

an unknown / legendary cannabis strain

Here you can find all info about the unknown / legendary cannabis variety OG Kush Breath. If you are searching for information about the unknown / legendary OG Kush Breath, check out our Basic Infos, Awards, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic Strain Info

OG Kush Breath (aka OGKB) is a mostly sativa variety from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors, outdoors and in the greenhouse. .

What do we know about the unknown/legendary OG Kush Breath?

Unknown Hybrid, probably with Girl Scout Cookies. Different stories floating around.

Description from the Kaya Collective:

OG Kush Breath is a heavily sativa dominant cannabis flower. It hails from a lineage of mighty flowers by combining OG Kush, Durban Poison and Girl Scout Cookies. Its aroma is light and floral with an earthy taste and slight hints of chocolate in its undertones. Its sativa dominance shines through with powerful head highs and tingly body effects. A little goes a long way with OG Kush Breath especially if you find your tolerance to be on the lighter side or are new to medicating with cannabis. When the high hits you the effects will melt and ease away pain from arthritis, mitigate the effects of cancer and nausea, and will help with muscle spasms.

In addition to being a heavy hitting sativa flower, OG Kush Breath will stimulate your appetite – smoking before a meal or having snacks readily available are recommended!

Other Story about OG Kush Breath:
OG Kush Breath is a pheno-type of OG-39, a cross of (OG Kush #7, 96″ cut x SSSC, M-39, Canadian Cut)
OG-39 was released in 2014 in feminized seed to the public. Most of the seed vials were labeled OG-39 or OG Kush-39 and handed down to various other breeders through-out the community. OG-39 was a attempt at turning Canadian M-39 beasters cultivated by Chinese immigrants into a worth-wide production strain. OG-39 is flavorful with candy / berry aromas but lacks real potency, like its OG Kush parent. The original OG-39 S1 are NL#5 dominant and confirmed still floating around from the original breeder who first released them to the public as OG-39.

OG Kush Breath Awards

OG Kush Breath is a cupwinning variety and won the 6th Place at the The Emerald Cup 2018 in the category Outdoor – Private, submitted by Paula Hudgins!

OG Kush Breath Lineage / Genealogy

  • OG Kush Breath »»» Girl Scout Cookies x Unknown Strain Probably
  • Girl Scout Cookies
    • »»» F1 Durban x OG Kush South Florida
    • F1 Durban S1
      • Cherry Pie Kush
        • »»» Durban Poison x Chemdawg Mendocino
        • Durban Poison IBL
          • Africa Durban »»» Sativa
        • Chemdawg Mendocino (specified above)
    • OG Kush South Florida Probably
      • »»» Chemdawg x Probably
      • Lemon Thai x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
        • Lemon Thai »»» Sativa
        • Hindu Kush, Pakistan »»» Indica
      • Chemdawg
        • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
  • Unknown Strain

Map of the OG Kush Breath Family Tree

OG Kush Breath Hybrids & Crossbreeds

We found 53 direct descendants from OG Kush Breath in the seedfinder strain database, here a short overview. To see all hybrids and their descendants, visit our OG Kush Breath Genealogy Page and check out all the direct crosses as like as the following generations.

Map of the OG Kush Breath Descendants

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purple gorilla strain

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Purple Gorilla

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Fruity
  • Piney
  • Sour

Effects

  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Sleepy

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Fishing
  • Sleeping
  • Spa
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

Purple Gorilla is an indica-dominant hybrid hailing from the Bay Area of Northern California. It was named after the massive purple buds it produced. Purple Gorilla is believed by some to be a descendant of Mendocino Purps while others swear it comes from Purple Rain Forest.

No one disagrees that this generous yielder produces very large buds made up of dense yet fluffy forest-green and violet spiraled leaves. Strands of bright-orange pistils curl from every nook of the buds, while a white trichome-frost coats the outside of the flower.

This strain omits an earthy-pine odor, with hints of grapes and berries. Smoking or vaping this strain unleashes a sour grape flavor that lingers leaving a pleasant aftertaste.

The dominant terpenes in Purple Gorilla are linalool and terpinolene, both of which are believed to reduce stress and anxiety. Users report a potent sedative effect, which may be especially of benefit to medical users suffering from anxiety, depression, and PTSD. They say that this strain is beneficial for treating spasms and cramps by allowing a calming effect to transfer over to the musculature of the body. The trippy psychedelic cerebral euphoria creeps up slowly, reportedly causing stress and anxiety to melt, leading to feelings of contentment and satisfaction. This strain is best enjoyed in the evening a couple hours before bed. Consumers say they have experienced a deeper and more restful sleep after using Purple Gorilla, making it a good option for medical users dealing with insomnia.

The popularity of this strain undoubtedly came from the massive buds it produced, and the ease at which Purple Gorilla can be grown both indoors and out. It is naturally resistant to mold and mildew and grows remarkably well on its own. Outside of pruning to get light to the lower nodes for maximizing yields, little else has to be done to Purple Gorilla. It can be ready for harvest in just 7 weeks with each plant gifting up to a pound and a half of flower!

History

Purple Gorilla likely originated in the Bay Area around San Francisco, California. Its genetics are somewhat of a mystery, but it may be an inbred cultivar of Mendocino Purps (aka The Purps).

Purple Gorilla is an indica-dominant hybrid hailing from the Bay Area of Northern California. It was named after the massive purple buds it produced. Purple Gorilla is believed by some to be a descendant of Mendocino Purps while others swear it comes from Purple Rain Forest. No one disagrees that…

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Purple Cheese

Taste & Smell

Effects

  • Calm
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Housework
  • Fishing
  • Knitting
  • Spa
  • Yoga

About this Hybrid Strain

If you’re a fan of the cheese strains, Purple Cheese won’t disappoint. It emits a scent that like combining blue cheese with fresh berries that intensifies as you break it up. Its taste is a bit similar with earthen tones, and some that have smoked it have said it can be a bit harsh if you take big hits. Its buds are dense and shaped like cones with lots of yellow pistils and occasional shades of blue intertwined within its flowers.

THC levels can vary between the low teens and low 20’s so be sure to check how much is in your batch before fashioning a serving for yourself.

This indica-dominant hybrid is a cross between Purple #1, Blue Cheese, and Low Ryder. Some phenotypes have been tested as having higher-than-average CBD levels.

Some fans of this strain have said its effects are energetic at onset, but they transition into a light sedation as the high wears down. Reviewers note that it can relax muscles, help manage pain, and help with migraines or depression. Many enjoy it for its potential to create an overall feeling of relaxation that spreads from mind to body. Some have experienced a foggy mindset that they describe as pleasant, but hasn’t helped them focus much.

If you&rsquo;re a fan of the cheese strains, Purple Cheese won&rsquo;t disappoint. It emits a scent that like combining blue cheese with fresh berries that intensifies as you break it up. Its taste is a bit similar with earthen tones, and some that have smoked it have said it can be a bit harsh if…

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when to start feeding seedlings

How to Care for Plant Seedlings

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When you start seeds indoors, the tender seedlings are dependent on you for all their needs.   This includes getting fed. Some gardeners think their seedlings will grow faster if they give them fertilizer right away. However, while those tiny plants may look helpless, they don’t need anything other than water, warmth, and light for their first few weeks. They are capable of feeding themselves up to a point. After that, it’s time to start feeding them, following a few standard guidelines.

When to Start Fertilizing Seedlings

When seedlings first poke out of the ground, they are still feeding off the food stored in the seed.   The first couple of leaves that form are not leaves at all. They are called cotyledons or seed leaves, which are part of the seed or embryo of the plant. Cotyledons contain the remainder of the stored food reserves of the seed, and they keep the seedling fed until the first true leaves sprout and the plant can begin photosynthesis.

Usually, the cotyledons disappear shortly after the first true leaves form and begin photosynthesizing. It is at this point that the seedling can use a little boost of fertilizer.

Before you reach for the plant food, make sure you haven’t used a potting mix that already contains fertilizer. Some do, and some don’t. If the mix has fertilizer, you shouldn’t need to add more. For the future, because seedlings can initially feed themselves, you don’t need to use a potting mix with fertilizer for starting seed. Using a mix without fertilizer is cheaper, and more importantly, you can control how much and what type of food your seedlings get.

Selecting Fertilizer

Seedlings tend to need a fertilizer that’s high in phosphorous. Phosphorus stimulates root development and is a component of photosynthesis. Look for a 1-2-1 N-P-K (nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium) ratio on the fertilizer label. A liquid or water-soluble fertilizer is typically the easiest and quickest way for the seedlings to access nutrients. You’ll also have a choice between organic and synthetic fertilizer, which often comes down to personal preference.

  • Synthetic fertilizer: If you are using synthetic fertilizer, feed your seedlings weekly. However, it’s often wise to dilute the label’s recommendation by at least half. Tender seedlings can be easily burned by too much fertilizer. Young seedlings commonly can get away with a quarter of what the label recommends for full-grown plants.
  • Organic fertilizer: There are several liquid organic fertilizers available, though they sometimes can be hard to locate. A mix of fish emulsion and kelp can also give your seedlings the nutrients they need to get started and reduces the risk of burning your seedlings. As with synthetic fertilizer, give your seedlings a dose of organic food weekly. Unless the product is labeled specifically for seedlings, dilute it by at least half the recommended dose. It’s better to give your seedlings a little food regularly than to risk burning those tender roots with too much fertilizer at once.
  • Another option: Mix a granular organic fertilizer into the potting soil. Many gardeners do this when their seedlings are ready to be moved from their starter containers to larger pots. However, granular fertilizer can take a while to release nutrients and impact the plants, so adding it when you are starting your seeds is often a better option. Try to add it to the lower layer of potting mix, and don’t let it come in direct contact with the seeds. Even organic fertilizers can burn if you use too much.

Knowing When Seedlings Have Had Enough Food

How much to feed seedlings will take some experimentation. Keep an eye on how well your seedlings are filling out. Too much fertilizer can cause a flush of tender, lanky growth, which is not what you want. Ease back on the fertilizer if this is the case.   At this point in a seedling’s development, you should be more interested in growing a healthy root system than sending up a lot of green leaves.

Moreover, each plant—even those of the same species—will react a little differently to fertilizer. But in time you should get a feel for how much food it takes to keep your seedlings robust while they build up the strength to be moved outdoors into the garden.

New plant seedlings can feed themselves up until their first true leaves appear. Here are tips on how, when, and what to feed your seedlings.

When to start feeding seedlings ?

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I did use the search . chances are though I didn’t correctly word it.

I want to know when to fertilize seedling or my new plants. How old or how tall etc before you start to fertilize them. I do not plant to feed them full strength but I need to know when do I start. I have them in a soil designed to start seeds or clippings.

They are real pretty and they look healthy so far!

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What’s everyone’s favorite fertilizer? I have yet to find bat shit available in any local shops (though I expect to see plenty of them flying around very soon). I was going to use a dilute solution of Miracle-Gro, but I’m not sure that it’s got the right ratio of nutrients.

So far my little babies have the first real leaves (the jagged leaves) and that’s it.

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first of all, it totally depends on what you start with. with prenuted soil, you have to be very careful not to overload, and it’s very easy with plants only a couple weeks old. it’s much easier to start with soil that is barely – if at all – fertilized. Promix, for example, is buffered and is lightly fertilized. This makes it easier to gradually build up the nutes. And for the love of god stay away from gradual release.

I use botanicare pro grow and bloom. I strongly prefer organic fertilizer, and since it is so widely available I see no reason not to use it. What is best depends on both your strain and your medium.

Seamaiden
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I don’t know what strain, as these are seeds gleaned from my last purchase. The soil is a mix of Miracle-Gro (not the water retaining new stuff) and highly composted dead tree that we used for some baby cedars that didn’t make it (not much root growth through the pot, so I figured it wasn’t spent). At this point I figured that, like almost any other plant, it would be easy to burn the babies, so it’s just water and I’m actually just bottom-watering instead of pouring from over the top of the plant. They seem to be happy.

As for the Botanicare, that appears to be a product for hydroponic gardening. Will it translate to outdoor potted grows?

I like using organic myself, which is why I went for the composted stuff and we’ve set up a compost heap on the property. However, our compost is new and hasn’t quite yet gotten going.

ceestyle
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That’s an interesting watering technique. I suppose as long as it wicked sufficiently it would eliminate dry spots from water “channeling” through the soil.

The Pro Grow is for both hydro and soil, and the bloom is actually designed for soil or only the last few weeks of a hydro grow. I use it in organic soil / perlite / dolomite lime / pinch of guano mix that seems to work pretty well. I go easy on the guano until I’m transplanting into larger pots as it is a bit much for seedlings. I keep hearing about Fox Farm nutrients, but have no experience. I guess I would do some web-crawling to get some clues for what might work for you.

I’ve heard great things about fresh compost. Because its mild, you can more exactly tailor the flavor of your soil. Someday past apartment living this will be a reality for me.

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Parts of a plant seed

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  • University of California Museum of Paleontology – Seed plants: Fossil Record
  • UNESCO World Heritage Centre – Bordeaux, France
  • seed – Children’s Encyclopedia (Ages 8-11)
  • seed – Student Encyclopedia (Ages 11 and up)

Seed, the characteristic reproductive body of both angiosperms (flowering plants) and gymnosperms (e.g., conifers, cycads, and ginkgos). Essentially, a seed consists of a miniature undeveloped plant (the embryo), which, alone or in the company of stored food for its early development after germination, is surrounded by a protective coat (the testa). Frequently small in size and making negligible demands upon their environment, seeds are eminently suited to perform a wide variety of functions the relationships of which are not always obvious: multiplication, perennation (surviving seasons of stress such as winter), dormancy (a state of arrested development), and dispersal. Pollination and the “seed habit” are considered the most important factors responsible for the overwhelming evolutionary success of the flowering plants, which number more than 300,000 species.

The superiority of dispersal by means of seeds over the more primitive method involving single-celled spores, lies mainly in two factors: the stored reserve of nutrient material that gives the new generation an excellent growing start and the seed’s multicellular structure. The latter factor provides ample opportunity for the development of adaptations for dispersal, such as plumes for wind dispersal, barbs, and others.

Economically, seeds are important primarily because they are sources of a variety of foods—for example, the cereal grains, such as wheat, rice, and corn (maize); the seeds of beans, peas, peanuts, soybeans, almonds, sunflowers, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans, and Brazil nuts. Other useful products provided by seeds are abundant. Oils for cooking, margarine production, painting, and lubrication are available from the seeds of flax, rape, cotton, soybean, poppy, castor bean, coconut, sesame, safflower, sunflower, and various cereal grains. Essential oils are obtained from such sources as juniper “berries,” used in gin manufacture. Stimulants are obtained from such sources as the seeds of coffee, kola, guarana, and cocoa. Spices—from mustard and nutmeg seeds; from the aril (“mace”) covering the nutmeg seed; from the seeds and fruits of anise, cumin, caraway, dill, vanilla, black pepper, allspice, and others—form a large group of economic products.

The nature of seeds

Angiosperm seeds

In the typical flowering plant, or angiosperm, seeds are formed from bodies called ovules contained in the ovary, or basal part of the female plant structure, the pistil. The mature ovule contains in its central part a region called the nucellus that in turn contains an embryo sac with eight nuclei, each with one set of chromosomes (i.e., they are haploid nuclei). The two nuclei near the centre are referred to as polar nuclei; the egg cell, or oosphere, is situated near the micropylar (“open”) end of the ovule.

With very few exceptions (e.g., the dandelion), development of the ovule into a seed is dependent upon fertilization, which in turn follows pollination. Pollen grains that land on the receptive upper surface (stigma) of the pistil will germinate, if they are of the same species, and produce pollen tubes, each of which grows down within the style (the upper part of the pistil) toward an ovule. The pollen tube has three haploid nuclei, one of them, the so-called vegetative, or tube, nucleus seems to direct the operations of the growing structure. The other two, the generative nuclei, can be thought of as nonmotile sperm cells. After reaching an ovule and breaking out of the pollen tube tip, one generative nucleus unites with the egg cell to form a diploid zygote (i.e., a fertilized egg with two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent). The zygote undergoes a limited number of divisions and gives rise to an embryo. The other generative nucleus fuses with the two polar nuclei to produce a triploid (three sets of chromosomes) nucleus, which divides repeatedly before cell-wall formation occurs. This process gives rise to the triploid endosperm, a nutrient tissue that contains a variety of storage materials—such as starch, sugars, fats, proteins, hemicelluloses, and phytate (a phosphate reserve).

The events just described constitute what is called the double-fertilization process, one of the characteristic features of all flowering plants. In the orchids and in some other plants with minute seeds that contain no reserve materials, endosperm formation is completely suppressed. In other cases it is greatly reduced, but the reserve materials are present elsewhere—e.g., in the cotyledons, or seed leaves, of the embryo, as in beans, lettuce, and peanuts, or in a tissue derived from the nucellus, the perisperm, as in coffee. Other seeds, such as those of beets, contain both perisperm and endosperm. The seed coat, or testa, is derived from the one or two protective integuments of the ovule. The ovary, in the simplest case, develops into a fruit. In many plants, such as grasses and lettuce, the outer integument and ovary wall are completely fused, so seed and fruit form one entity; such seeds and fruits can logically be described together as “dispersal units,” or diaspores. More often, however, the seeds are discrete units attached to the placenta on the inside of the fruit wall through a stalk, or funiculus.

The hilum of a liberated seed is a small scar marking its former place of attachment. The short ridge (raphe) that sometimes leads away from the hilum is formed by the fusion of seed stalk and testa. In many seeds, the micropyle of the ovule also persists as a small opening in the seed coat. The embryo, variously located in the seed, may be very small (as in buttercups) or may fill the seed almost completely (as in roses and plants of the mustard family). It consists of a root part, or radicle, a prospective shoot (plumule or epicotyl), one or more cotyledons (one or two in flowering plants, several in Pinus and other gymnosperms), and a hypocotyl, which is a region that connects radicle and plumule. A classification of seeds can be based on size and position of the embryo and on the proportion of embryo to storage tissue; the possession of either one or two cotyledons is considered crucial in recognizing two main groups of flowering plants, the monocotyledons and the eudicotyledons.

Seed, the characteristic reproductive body of both angiosperms and gymnosperms. Essentially, a seed consists of a miniature undeveloped plant (the embryo), which, alone or in the company of stored food, is surrounded by a protective coat. Learn more about seed characteristics, dispersal, and germination.

Parts of a Seed

Target Grade Level / Age Range:

Purpose:

Students will learn about two types of plants and the parts of their seeds, using Iowa corn and soybeans as examples.

Materials:

  • Corn seeds
  • Soybean seeds
  • Variety of edible seeds
  • Pencils
  • Crayons

Suggested Companion Resources (books and websites)

  • How A Seed Grows by Helene J. Jordan

Vocabulary (with definitions)

  • seed coat – covers and protects the seed
  • embryo – forms the new plant
  • endosperm – acts as food for the seed, and nourishes the embryo
  • germinate – when a seed begins to grow, or puts out shoots
  • cotyledon – the first “leaves” of a plant
  • monocot – a plant with one cotyledon
  • dicot – a plant with two cotyledons

Background – Agricultural Connections (what would a teacher need to know to be able to teach this content):

This lesson dives into the anatomy of seeds, as well as how seeds differ between monocot and dicot.

  • Monocot:
    • The term monocot is short for monocotyledonous. This simply means that the plant has one cotyledon. A cotyledon is the plant’s first leaf.
      • Cotyledon is pronounced like cot-ill-E-don.
    • Monocots are grasses. They have long, thin leaves instead of broad, or palmate leaves. The veins in the leaves are usually parallel. There are also differences in roots, stem, and flower development between monocots and dicots.
    • An example of a monocot would be corn. When corn germinates, the roots emerge from the bottom of the kernel, and the cotyledon emerges from the top. This is called epicotyl emergence.
  • Dicot:
    • The term dicot is short for dicotyledonous. This means that the plant has two cotyledons.
    • Dicots are broadleaf plants. Their leaves can be interesting shapes, and will have more webbed veins in the leaves. Dicots tend to have taproots instead of fibrous roots.
    • An example of a dicot would be soybeans. When soybeans germinate, the seed actually ends up above ground. The root shoots from the seed, the hypocotyl elongates and forms an arc, which projects the seed and the cotyledons above the ground. This is called hypocotyl emergence.
      • Soybeans are a non-endospermic dicot. This means that its cotyledons act in the same way as the endosperm does in other seeds (food storage for the embryo). Cotton would be an example of a dicot seed that contains an endosperm.
  • The student worksheet takes a relatively simple version of all of this information. The main goal of the worksheet is to help students understand that there are two types of plants, and that there are parts within the seed that help it to grow.
    • The students will need to know:
      • Common Iowa crop representatives of monocots and dicots (corn and soybeans)
      • How to identify three main parts of each seed
        • In corn:
          • Endosperm, cotyledon, and embryo
        • In soybeans:
          • Seed coat, cotyledon, and embryo
    • When working through the worksheet, talk with students about the function of each part of the plant. Students may not remember what a cotyledon is, but if they remember that some plants start with one leaf and others start with two, that is good.
      • After students label the parts of the seed on page 2, it could be possible to go through as a class and write a short description of what that part does.
  • Seed germination requires only moisture and heat.
    • Though this lesson doesn’t directly include a germination lab, one could easily follow. Students could use one corn seed and one soybean seed and watch as the parts of the seed they once identified germinated and began to grow.
      • Water beads or orbeez and a jewelry sized Ziploc bag create a good environment for seeds. Ensure that the seeds are placed in a warm place, and they should germinate. After about a week, the seed will need to be planted in soil in order for it to continue to grow.
  • Corn and soybeans have a variety of uses.
    • Most of these crops go to feeding livestock, like hogs and cattle. However, corn can also be made into ethanol, sweeteners, or even fibers in yarn and carpet, or biodegradable packing peanuts and plastic! Soybeans can be made into soy biodiesel, tofu, vegetable oil, or the foam in car seats!
    • Both corn and soybeans are planted in the spring and harvested in the fall. For the most part, the same equipment can be used for both crops. However, the header, or front attachment on the combine, must be changed if a farmer needs to harvest these two crops.
    • The animals that the corn and soybeans feed help give back to the farmland though the nutrients in their manure. This can be used as a cheap and valuable fertilizer for crop ground.
      • Manure isn’t applied carelessly, however. There are regulations dictating times, temperatures, and amounts allowed for applying certain types of manure.
      • Farmers can also test their soils for the amount of nutrients in them, as well as the manure they plan to apply. This way, farmers can calculate exactly the needs of the field, and not over apply nutrients.

Interest Approach or Motivator:

Ask students what they think are inside of seeds. Do seeds hatch like eggs? What do they need to grow?

Students will learn about two types of plants and the parts of their seeds, using Iowa corn and soybeans as examples.

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Crazy Glue

Taste & Smell

  • Piney
  • Sour
  • Spicy

Effects

  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Tingly
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Eating
  • Hangover Relief
  • People Watching
  • Sleeping
  • Spa
  • Walking in the City
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

The 50/50 hybrid cannabis strain Crazy Glue’s overall effects, visual appeal, and aroma has a slight reminisce of its parent strains GG #4 and Bubba Kush. Its aroma is strong, and its buds are large, dense, and slightly resinous. It’s recommended to keep a grinder close by when using this strain because it can be difficult to break these buds apart by hand.

Crazy Glue’s dense pale green buds are coated with a light but noticeable layer of clear and resinous trichomes, that tend to glisten when shined under some light. Some batches of this strain will bear tinges of purple undertones. Typically, Crazy Glue produces a sweet, creamy vanilla and citrusy aroma and flavor that is usually accompanied with sour, piney, and skunky notes.

Users can expect to feel Crazy Glue’s initial onset of effects to start cerebrally then move slowly through their body for a physically calming and chronic pain-relieving experience, along with a cerebrally numbing but focused and mood-enhancing experience, according to reviewers. Consumers suffering from ailments such has chronic fatigue and pain, insomnia, and mild depression have said that Crazy Glue provided symptom alleviation for these ailments. Dominant terpenes found in Crazy Glue are Beta-Caryophyllene, Beta-Myrcene, and Limonene. THC content tends to typically average at around 19%.

The 50/50 hybrid cannabis strain Crazy Glue&#39;s overall effects, visual appeal, and aroma has a slight reminisce of its parent strains GG #4 and Bubba Kush. Its aroma is strong, and its buds are large, dense, and slightly resinous. It&#39;s recommended to keep a grinder close by when using this…